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Clara Ekekenta
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Feb 7, 2022 ⋅ 17 min read

Full-stack app tutorial with NestJS and React

Clara Ekekenta Software Engineer and perpetual learner with a passion for OS and expertise in Python, JavaScript, Go, Rust, and Web 3.0.

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One Reply to "Full-stack app tutorial with NestJS and React"

  1. Thanks for this nice article. I have gone through it completely and wrote he backend code as I read throgh this. Frontend code I took from git. Except few typo errors (in backend), did not find major errors. One package path/posix I had to change as path-posix.

    At the end I realized I can run either frontend or backend. Either you could have given steps how to run both frontend and backend simultaneously or write a separate article in generic way and given a link to follow it. This woud have been helpful for a newbie like me.

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